Kate Da Costa re-elected to NCC
Umina resident Ms Kate Da Costa has been re-elected to the board of the Nature Conservation Council for the third year running.
She will be joined this year by the Central Coast's Community Environment Network chair Ms Hale Adasal.
"We should not under-estimate how much we depend on healthy natural ecosystems for our precious clean air, water and soil and that's why our voice for nature is so important in this time," Ms Adasal said.
"I'm looking forward to working together with environmental groups from across NSW and sharing ideas on campaigns and strategies including working groups to protect our natural environment and native wildlife from unsustainable development and energy source.
"It will be great that two representatives from the Central Coast will be on the NCC Board, as CEN is one of the largest member groups of the NCC," she said.
The NCC is the leading environmental advocacy organisation of more than 150 member groups from across NSW as a voice for nature.
Media release, 3 Nov 2019
Hale Adasal, Community Environment Network
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